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Investing in new and improved housing across local neighbourhoods and delivering major regeneration schemes to create sustainable and well-connected communities is at the heart of the Council’s housing business plan.
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet will be updated on the city's School Organisation Programme when it meets on Thursday 19, March 2020.
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Our Pink Sticker scheme launched last week and just over 4,000 incidents of contaminated green bags or compost bins were found.
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Two city centre reservoirs, which are currently undergoing major restoration work, have secured a financial boost to support the ecological resilience of the site whilst reconnecting people with the well-loved area creating a future hub for health and we
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Cardiff Council’s Independent Living Services is hosting its next wellbeing festival in the west of the city later this month to encourage people in the area to connect with their communities.
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A series of community fun days will take place in hubs and libraries to celebrate the centenary of council housing in Cardiff.
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A trip to Bute Park as it springs back into life after a long winter is always special, but for anybody looking for an extra reason to visit the green heart of the city this month, the park is holding a Spring Open Day including a range of talks, tours a
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Ysgol Gynradd Gwaelod y Garth in Cardiff, has achieved a rating of ‘good' in all five areas looked at by Estyn, the education inspectorate for Wales.
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A Cardiff Council spokesman said: “The Council has a duty to make a decision on any planning application which is brought in front of the Planning Authority (Cardiff Council)
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Have you heard about our Pink Stickers?
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Eight new family homes, ready to provide a temporary housing solution for homeless families, have been developed in the west of the city.
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A new scheme that seeks to prepare and equip care-experienced young people for the world of work has launched today.
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Cardiff Council teams worked throughout the night to help ensure residents and property were protected from the possibility of flooding.
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Students from Cardiff’s three Welsh-medium secondary schools will attend a special careers fair next week to highlight the value of Welsh language skills and promote opportunities to study and work in Welsh.
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1) Why is the scheme being implemented?
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The Pink Sticker Campaign will be launched on March 2nd, as part of the Council’s plans to improve the quality of the recycling and composting collected from residents’ homes, to help Cardiff to become one of the best recycling cities in the world.